Sickening: Candy Crowley Asks John McCain If Bergdahl Any Less Worthy of Saving Than He Was (Video)


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Un. Be. Lievable.

From The Right Scoop:

Whatever you may think of McCain’s career as a Republican senator, it’s reprehensible to make a comparison between his captivity and Bergdahl’s desertion. When McCain was given the opportunity to leave the torture camp and go home in order to help his torturer’s propaganda campaign, he refused, saying he wouldn’t go unless every soldier captured before him were released as well. Meanwhile, six and possibly more soldiers died looking for Bergdahl after he walked out on them.

That Crowley would even dare ask such a question shows how little they understand or respect the military.

Well said.

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